Sirri is a gripping story of Sunil, a product of the electronic age and social media. What will be the after effects of the social media, easy home loans etc one doesn’t quite know, nor did Sunil. An easy loan soon makes him into ‘Sirri’. In this world also exists Tiwari ji, a government officer who despite all the lure of bribe and easy cash sticks to his values but after a long struggles finally compromises.
The characters in this book deal with lifes’ numerous joys, ups and downs and seem so real that they inevitably forge a relationship with the reader, so much so that the reader is compelled to follow their lives till the last page of the book.
About the Author
Abir comes from one of the numerous small towns of India located in the Tarai region of UP. He completed his
schooling from Sainik School Ghorakhal, Nainital, his graduation from HBTI Kanpur. He also attended IIT Kharagpur before completing his PGDM from Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta.
He has worked extensively with various sectors in Industry ranging from Steel, Oil and Gas and Automotive to specialty chemicals. Currently, he is working with a listed chemical manufacturing company.
Gutkha Tendulkar is superb. It reminds me of the movie ‘sixth sense’. 90% of the story revolves around the usual day to say stuff, kind of normal routine. Author has taken extreme pain to make the story unbearable for first 90%. The movement you step into last 10%, the whole world starts rotating. You are forced to read it again and recall each and every statement the characters have spoken in first 90%. Superior content and class execution. Some of the stories are ordinary but still worth reading.
Bharat bhandari –
I have my copies… Read the book in one go… Amazing storytelling… One could identify his own story in some of the renderings. The characters seem so close to reality and so familiar….. The themes are contemporary and the story goes on in a simple and easy flowing fashion… One can feel similarity of expression of the legendary Munshi Premchand at times…. Overall a wonderful experience….Iiked him acknowledge Ghorakhal in the ‘aabharpoorti’….wishing our own author the very best in his future endeavours… Would love to read more of him… God bless the legend in the making..